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GAINING MOMENTUM: MIAMI BEACH SHOW RETURNS IN 2018 WITH A NEW NAME AT A NEW LOCATION

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GAINING MOMENTUM: MIAMI BEACH SHOW RETURNS IN 2018 WITH A NEW NAME AT A NEW LOCATION

Indian Beach Park • 4601 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140

Miami Beach,FL (October 20, 2017) – The Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show, one of the City’s most anticipated events devoted to jewelry, has announced its new name and new location at Indian Beach Park. Produced by the Palm Beach Show Group, experienced show producers with an expertise in bringing together the best group of exhibitors from around the world, the event will build upon the strength of last year’s successful debut show.

Accurately highlighting the prominent focus of jewelry on offer at the show, the event will return as the Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show, February 1-4, 2018 to Indian Beach Park, 4601 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140.

The Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show is set to provide an extraordinary showcase in Miami Beach for leading jewelry and watch dealers from around the world. With over 40,000 square feet of exhibition space, more than 120 dealer booths will flow throughout the Indian Beach Park Pavilion’s expansive setting, creating a show of spectacular breadth, depth and scope, allowing exhibitors and collectors to meet under one roof in a specalized venue on the Beach– all in one place, all at one time.

The Miami Beach Show will take place at the same great location as the renown PULSE Miami Beach Art Fair during Art Basel. The exceptional new pavilion is located directly on the beach next to the Eden Roc Hotel and just north of the Fontainebleau situated in the heart of Millionaires Row on Collins Avenue.

“We are happy to continue our momentum in the Miami market,” stated Andrea Canady, Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show Director. “This Show is of vital importance to our exhibitors as well as our organization as we continue our legacy of providing an elegant showcase for a wide range of jewelry collector’s interests.”

At the 2018 show, collectors and dealers can expect a selection of the world’s top jewelers specializing and showcasing a mix of antique and estate jewelry, vintage pieces, modern collections and fabulous watches unmatched in any other show in the country.

“I foresee the Miami Beach Show becoming an iconic event in the industry,” stated Scott Diament, the President and CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group. “We believe this event cultivates an ideal atmosphere for both jewelry retailers and the general public, offering them the opportunity to purchase from many of the industry’s most reputable jewelry dealers. Our intent is to attract even more collectors, jewelry buyers, watch dealers and industry professionals.”

The Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show is produced by the Palm Beach Show Group, whose portfolio of events includes multiple other shows across the United States.

The Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show will take place at  Indian Beach Park for its 2nd Annual Presentation

February 1-4, 2018

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About the Palm Beach Show Group

Palm Beach Show Group is the leading full-service show production company in the world, specializing in fine art, antique & jewelry shows. The Palm Beach Show Group produces high-end events that create unique meeting places for collectors, art advisors, museum curators, interior designers and dealers.

The Palm Beach Show Group believes that bringing together dealers and attendees in major cities throughout the country allows for an incredible culmination of education, entertainment and commerce that cannot be found anywhere else. Whether young or old, seasoned or novice, a Palm Beach Show Group event creates bonds between generations.

 

The Palm Beach Show Group produces shows in major cities throughout the United States:

  • New York City Jewelry & Watch Show ………….October 27–30, 2017
  • Palm Beach Art, Antique & Design Show……….December, 15-17, 2017
  • LA Art Show ……..……..………..……..………….…January 10–14, 2018
  • Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show…………….February 1-4, 2018
  • Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show………February 14–20, 2018
  • Palm Beach Fine Craft Show…..………..…………February 15–18, 2018
  • Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show…..………….February 23-27, 2018
  • Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show……….…August 30- September 2, 2018
  • Baltimore Fine Craft Show…………………………… August 30- September 2, 2018

For more information, visit www.palmbeachshowgroup.com

VIEW PDF OF PRESS RELEASE: MIA18 New Location Release

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2018 Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show Calendar Listing

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The Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show will return to the Deauville Beach Resort, February 1-4, 2018 with an exciting roster of more than 100 international jewelry and watch dealers. The show returns with a new name for its second annual rendition, more accurately highlighting the prominent focus and remarkable array of antique and estate jewelry, vintage pieces, modern collections and fabulous watches.

 

WHEN:              

February 1-4, 2018

Thursday, February 1           11 am – 7 pm

Friday, February 2                 11 am – 7 pm

Saturday, February 3           11 am – 7 pm

Sunday, February 4              11 am – 6 pm

WHERE:

Deauville Beach Resort
6701 Collin Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33141 

ADMISSION:      $20.00 Tickets- valid for multi-day use. Available at the Box Office and online at www.miamibeachjewelryshow.com

INFORMATION: Please call 239–732-6866 or visit www.miamibeachjewelryshow.com 

 

Media Contact: Kelsi Hartmann, [email protected] , 561-822-5440

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MIAMI SHOW REFINES IT’S FOCUS FOR ITS 2nd ANNUAL PRESENTATION

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MIAMI SHOW REFINES IT’S FOCUS FOR ITS 2nd ANNUAL PRESENTATION

The Miami Beach Show Will Return to the Deauville Beach Resort with a New Name in 2018:The Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show

 Miami Beach,FL (May 4, 2018) – On the strength of a successful show in Miami Beach, the Palm Beach Show Group announces it’s 2018 dates and a name change for the Miami Beach Jewelry & Antiques Show. Accurately highlighting the prominent focus of jewelry on offer at the show, the event will return as the Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show, February 1-4, 2018.

This name change from the Miami Beach Jewelry & Antiques Show to the Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show will more accurately reflect the jewelry and watch dealers represented at the show. Participating dealer input and progressive market trends contributed to the evolutionary change.

According to Andrea Canady, Show Director of the Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show, several factors were considered in the decision to change the name of the show:

“The jewelry market is strong and getting stronger; the demand by collectors for quality luxury accessories from all categories can’t be ignored. The presence of jewelry at the Miami Beach Show is unparralled with an emphasis on antique and estate jewelry, especially the periods of art deco, retro and art nouveau as well as signed pieces. The number of exhibitors currently participating in the show that deal in rare jewelry and timepieces rivals all shows in the South Florida region. We want the name of the show to specifically denote the inclusion of jewelry and watches which will allow us to better focus marketing and promotion efforts to strengthen our position as the premiere destination for fine jewelry and watch buyers and collectors.” 

At the 2018 show, collectors and dealers can expect a Palm Beach Show Group experience like that of the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show – a selection of the world’s top jewelers specializing and showcasing a mix of antique and estate jewelry, vintage pieces, modern collections and fabulous watches unmatched in any other show in the country.

“I foresee the Miami Beach Show becoming an iconic event in the industry,” stated Scott Diament, the President and CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group. “We believe this event cultivates an ideal atmosphere for both jewelry retailers and the general public, offering them the opportunity to purchase from many of the industry’s most reputable jewelry dealers. Our intent is to attract even more collectors, jewelry buyers, watch dealers and industry professionals.”

The Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show is produced by the Palm Beach Show Group, whose portfolio of events includes multiple other shows across the United States.

The Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show will return to the Deauville Beach Resort for its 2nd Annual Presentation February 1-4, 2018

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About the Palm Beach Show Group

Palm Beach Show Group is the leading full-service show production company in the world, specializing in fine art, antique & jewelry shows. The Palm Beach Show Group produces high-end events that create unique meeting places for collectors, art advisors, museum curators, interior designers and dealers.

The Palm Beach Show Group believes that bringing together dealers and attendees in major cities throughout the country allows for an incredible culmination of education, entertainment and commerce that cannot be found anywhere else. Whether young or old, seasoned or novice, a Palm Beach Show Group event creates bonds between generations.

The Palm Beach Show Group produces shows in major cities throughout the United States:

Hamptons Market Art + Design Show……………..July 6-9, 2017

Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show……….…August 24-27, 2017

Baltimore Fine Craft Show……………………………August 24-27, 2017

New York City Jewelry & Watch Show ………….October 27–30, 2017

LA Art Show ……..……..………..……..………….…January 10–14, 2018

Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show…………….February 1-4, 2018

Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show………February 14–20, 2018

Palm Beach Fine Craft Show…..………..…………February 15–18, 2018

Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show…..………….February 23-27, 2018

For more information, visit www.palmbeachshowgroup.com

 

READ THE FULL PDF PRESS RELEASE MIA18 New Name Release

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Announcing the Miami Beach Jewelry & Antiques Show Exhibitor List

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M. Khordipour: A Jewelers Guide to Cleaning Your Engagement Ring

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A Jewelers Guide to CleaningYour Engagement Ring

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Exhibitor M. Khordipour ( www.mkhordipour.com )of New York City gives a detailed guide to cleaning your engagement ring. Learn to take care of your most sentimental stones in their step-by-step process below or visit them at the Miami Beach Jewelry & Antiques Show this February 2-5, 2017.

How to Clean Your Engagement Ring

Perfume, cosmetics, grease, food and drink, oil from even clean fingers and countless other substances are deposited on your jewelry every day. Eventually all this detritus takes its toll, and your once sparkling engagement ring starts to look a little dull and listless. But all is not lost.

Cleaning any engagement ring isn’t actually all that difficult, as long as you follow a couple of simple rules and do some basic preparation.

Fail To Prepare – Prepare To Fail

Okay, it’s a cliché that you’ll hear in company training sessions all over the world but, when it comes to cleaning your precious engagement ring, it’s definitely advice worth heeding. Especially when the only real preparation is ensuring your ring (or any part of it) doesn’t go down the drain.

Before you do anything else, make sure the drain is closed or, even better, do everything in a separate bowl on a non-slip surface. If necessary, put a cloth on your worktop to keep the bowl in place. You’ll be glad you did.

One last tip, you should only really be cleaning your ring if it contains diamonds. Any other precious stone could easily be damaged due to being porous, or prone to micro-scratching which will dull the stone quickly and leave it looking milky.

Cleaning Your Ring

No expensive tools to buy, no new cleaning products that you’ll never use again, and not even the slightest bit of real elbow grease is needed to bring your diamond engagement ring back to life.

Simply use warm water and a few drops of mild dish soap. Don’t use any kind of abrasive cleaner, bleach or other chemical detergent because, although the diamond may be the hardest substance on earth, the gold, silver or platinum holding everything together certainly isn’t, and all can be affected by strong solvents and even hard brushes.

Soak the ring in the warm solution for about 30 minutes, in order to soften and loosen any hardened dirt and grease. This will make the whole process much easier than trying to clean the ring in a “dry” state.

Using a soft toothbrush, simply work your soapy solution around the various parts of the ring, paying attention to the stone, the mount, and anywhere else where dirt, grease and grime is liable to have collected and settled. Don’t be tempted to use too much force, especially if the ring is particularly dirty, as you will risk loosening the stone. It’s better to remove the worst of the dirt, rinse the ring in clean warm, running water and start again. If necessary, you can leave the ring submerged again for a while to get to the layers of dirt not exposed to the first soaking.

Obviously, the older and potentially more fragile the ring, the greater care you should take. Professional jewelers usually offer cleaning services if you have any fears, and most will guarantee against damage during the cleaning process. If in any doubt, do consult the experts.

What Not To Do

We’ve already mentioned not to use chemical detergents and bleach products, but we’ve seen more than one online resource mention using toothpaste. Our advice is don’t, under any circumstances. Toothpaste is abrasive by nature, and will almost certainly damage the metals used in the ring, even though the diamond is likely to be unaffected.

Although cleaners using ultrasound are now available for home use, we’d recommend against using one with jewelry, as the process involves high-frequency sound waves that cause micro-vibrations in the item being cleaned. Of course, mount-set stones and vibrations don’t make good bedfellows, and there is a real risk of loosening or damaging the stones or metals used.

Finally, don’t be tempted to scrub at the ring like you’re cleaning the aluminum rims on your car. If the dirt can’t be removed with a gentle touch, then stop touching it altogether and let an expert take a look at it. Don’t ruin a $5,000 engagement ring by being overly enthusiastic with a $2 toothbrush.

Follow these simple rules on a regular basis, and your engagement ring will stay bright and full of the sparkle it had when it was first put on your finger.

 

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Miami Beach Jewelry & Antiques Show to Debut At the Deauville Beach Resort

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Miami Beach Jewelry & Antiques Show to Debut  At the Deauville Beach Resort

Palm Beach Show Group Launches Latest Event

(Palm Beach, FL – May 3, 2016) –The Palm Beach Show Group continues to expand its impressive line-up of shows with the launch of the Miami Beach Jewelry & Antiques Show that will take place February 2-5, 2017. The show will debut at the renowned Deauville Beach Resort located on Miami Beach and will feature more than 150 international dealers. The show is poised to be an exciting new event in 2017, showcasing a remarkable array of antique and estate jewelry, fine art and an exceptional selection of antiques.

The show will present the finest jewelry and antique dealers from around the world, showcasing their one-of-a-kind pieces and offering a momentous shopping experience to an elite crowd in South Florida.  Details about this exciting new event will be revealed in the coming weeks.

The Palm Beach Show Group is known for its comprehensive and distinctive marketing strategies, and plans to implement a huge push to the already extensive database made up of South Florida’s most affluent communities.

“We are launching this show in Miami Beach based on exhibitor demand for a high end estate jewelry and antiques show in this market,” stated Scott Diament, President/CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group. “Given the diversity of the dealers in our shows and the strength of the buying public in this market, we saw the opportunity to create something exceptional.”

The Show is set to foster dealer trading as well as retail buying and will be heavily marketed to attract top buyers throughout South Florida. All categories of jewelry will be on display including vintage, estate, art deco and contemporary pieces, precious and semi-precious gemstones, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and high-end watches…. Click the PDF for the full Press Release. 

 

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